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Bug#753442: debootstrap: host's /run/shm gets unmounted after debootstrap run

Daniel Reichelt <debian@nachtgeist.net> (2014-07-02):
> Package: debootstrap
> Version: 1.0.48+deb7u1
> Severity: critical
> Justification: breaks unrelated software
> Hi,
> after running debootstrap the host's /run/shm tmpfs mount gets unmounted. Since
> the mount point /run/shm itself is set to root:root/750, this breaks any other
> package which relies on being able to write to /run/shm as non-root.
> (In my case, python's multiprocessing fails miserably due to the lack of write
> privileges to /run/shm, which is how I noticed this issue in the first place.)
> I tried debootstrap on clean and current wheezy and jessie installations, only
> wheezy was affected.
> Let me know if you need any further information.

I seem to be unable to reproduce it with 1.0.60~bpo70+1 but I can with
1.0.48+deb7u1; I didn't spot anything obvious from a very quick look,
but I'll try to track this down a bit later (probably after the release


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